## ››Convert shackle to chain [Ramsden, engineer]

 shackle chain [Ramsden, engineer]

 Did you mean to convert shackle to chain [Gunter, survey] chain [Ramsden, engineer]

How many shackle in 1 chain [Ramsden, engineer]? The answer is 1.1111111111111.
We assume you are converting between shackle and chain [Ramsden, engineer].
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The SI base unit for length is the metre.
1 metre is equal to 0.036453776611257 shackle, or 0.032808398950131 chain [Ramsden, engineer].
Note that rounding errors may occur, so always check the results.
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## ››Quick conversion chart of shackle to chain [Ramsden, engineer]

1 shackle to chain [Ramsden, engineer] = 0.9 chain [Ramsden, engineer]

5 shackle to chain [Ramsden, engineer] = 4.5 chain [Ramsden, engineer]

10 shackle to chain [Ramsden, engineer] = 9 chain [Ramsden, engineer]

20 shackle to chain [Ramsden, engineer] = 18 chain [Ramsden, engineer]

30 shackle to chain [Ramsden, engineer] = 27 chain [Ramsden, engineer]

40 shackle to chain [Ramsden, engineer] = 36 chain [Ramsden, engineer]

50 shackle to chain [Ramsden, engineer] = 45 chain [Ramsden, engineer]

75 shackle to chain [Ramsden, engineer] = 67.5 chain [Ramsden, engineer]

100 shackle to chain [Ramsden, engineer] = 90 chain [Ramsden, engineer]

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